On 8/6/09 11:35 , Fabio Tranchitella wrote:
> I propose a (very) simple policy, which we can use to improve the current
> situation:
>
>   * a package is part of the ZTK if the following criteria are met:
>
>     - It has at least N zope developers (with commit rights) who
>       explicitly expressed interest in maintaining the package (because they
>       use it in their projects, for example); N>  1, at least;
>
>     - All its dependencies (excluding testing dependencies) are part of the
>       ZTK;
>
>   * we have to ensure, using automated testing, that each package:
>
>     - has no test failures;
>
>     - does not introduce test failures in any of the other ZTK packages;
>
>   * the ZTK KGS only includes the packages that are part of the ZTK; we will
>     provide an extended KGS (which uses the ZTK KGS) with more packages if
>     needed.

How about another one:

  * the package has to be usable with all of Zope 2, grok and the Zope 3
    application server

That guarantees the stated goal that ZTK is reusable.

Wichert.
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